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and there is a chance of rain coming through. more on that in a moment. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, indiana now have another problem to deal with. overnight snow is complicati >>> tornado victims in kentucky and indiana now have yet another problem to deal with. overnight snow is complicating cleanup efforts there. and it is making conditions even more dangerous. susan mcginnis reports from henryville, indiana, where the storm destroyed the high school, middle and elementary schools. >> 15-year-old courtney cummings walked with her parents past the wrecked high school in henryville, indiana this morning. the 9th grader won't be back in school any time soon. >> i want to be there. and i want to be in my classes. i want to see my teachers. i want to see my friends. >> reporter: tornadoes killed at least 39 people and displaced thousands in five states. the latest victim was angel babcock. she was found alive in a field in indiana, on friday. after the rest of her family died. many hoped she would be the miracle survivor, but the toddler died from her injuries sunday night. a new coating of snow that fell afte
sunday. susan candiotti, cnn, indiana. >> thank you very much. this has been a day of taking stock for victims of that deadly rash of tornados that hit 11 states. many lost everything. the extreme weather claimed at least 39 lives in kentucky, indiana, ohio, iand georgia. no corner of this small town was spared. homes annihilated and trees plucked out of the ground and there were scenes like this all over the midwest and south tonight. the number of people killed from the storm has risen to 21 in kentucky. despite damage, we are hearing stories of survival. here's tim in the hard hit town. >> reporter: on the out skirts of west liberty, kentucky, tornado survivors return home. >> this was your house? >> this was my house, yes. >> where is the house now? >> across the street in the parking lot. >> the rubble is across the street. that's your house? >> yes. >> she had only moments to make it into the basement and rode out the storm. >> can you believe you are safe and sound? >> it was all rather quickly. so quickly that i did not have a lot of time to think. you think back on it and
this afternoon the northwest indiana * reports police are looking for three suspects and their belief to be driving a brown older model oldsmobile with no place and possibly a discolored hood. the search for missing man is now focused on belmont harbor, chicago police marine unit was among the many people searching for philippe pattern after jacket was found in the water and loved ones believe that it belongs to him into was with a large group of friends that was out drinking friday night and they say that he was heading to the lakefront about to 30 in the morning on saturday anyone with information is asked to call chicago police. one person was killed in two other seriously hurt when their car ran into a fire hydrant, the car went out of control near 78th street and around for 14 this morning, it slipped into a light pole police said the man killed was 33 years old and another 33 old man was taken to cook county hospital in critical condition a cab driver is dead after losing control of his taxi in the bus town neighborhood the cab was heading west on arm is sent when it crossed the
reporting from henryville, indiana, a town that was it lutterly devastated by friday's storms. >> i'm amy robach inside studio 1a. here's what we know. 31 dead, 14 in indiana, 14 in kentucky and three in ohio. that number is expected to rise today. authorities say it's difficult to determine how many people are missing as searchers struggle with the lack of electricity in many areas. >> reporter: more than 85 tornados were reported on friday. it was the second time in a week that storms swept across parts of the nation's midsection. ten states were under some kind of weather threat. the hardest hit areas are in southern indiana, kentucky, ohio, tennessee, and northern alabama. now, in terms of size, this storm system was enormous. we watched it building all day. it stretched from the gulf coast to the great lakes. it was so side that an estimated 34 million people were at risk for severe weather. that's according to the national weather service, amy. >> and, lester, you were just in harrisburg, illinois. and i know you arrived in henryville about an hour ago. can you describe where you ar
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
of the regions hit by the storms. at least for one community in indiana it is what is pouring in that matters most. prayers help and most of all hope. deana jones has that part of the story tonight. ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> why did this happen? i don't care. it did. >> reporter: at henryville community church the focus is on healing. >> some of our folks could not get in this morning. so many of you have lost everything. many of you have lost vehicles. some of you slept in your garages last night. >> reporter: and the 80 member congregation in this small town is getting a lot of help from a disaster relief group and ordinary people. >> i got here at 6:00 a.m., at dawn when they allows us in and these guys were already here. they have had a couple of semis that have come and brought lots and lots of materials. >> reporter: from food and water to bedding and clothing they have it covered for families that lost everything in friday's storm. >> today we're just trying to see if we can organize everything to be able to distribute food, clothes, toiletries and the things they ne
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: two indiana towns were heavily damaged today as a powerful wave of violent weather moved from the gulf coast to the great lakes. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the newshour tonight, we get an update on the situation from meteorologist gregg carbin with the national weather service storm prediction center. >> brown: then, we get the latest on the syrian situation, and hear from wounded british photographer paul conroy, who was smuggled out earlier this week. >> suarez: and we also talk with turkey's ambassador to the united states about the international response to the humanitarian crisis on its doorstep. >> brown: plus, margaret warner reports from moscow on the upcoming elections as valdimir putin seeks to regain the presidency. >> suarez: and mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technolo
with snow. a blanket of wet snow is covering the indiana town of henryville. a tornado friday devastated that town. indiana officials say the snow will slow the clean-up effort because it's making things slippery and concealing some potential hazards. >>> parts of kentucky are also getting snow. the national weather service issued a winter weather advisory for much of the state. >>> in north carolina three children from the same family were sucked from their home by a tornado but survived with relatively minor injuries. their mother latonya stevens says she has no recollection of the tornado. she remembers being on the second floor of the home sitting in the hallway and the next thing she knows she was still sitting down but only one of her four children were still sitting beside her. >> i just held her and i started rocking and i started praying and i didn't know after that. i just started screaming. >> you can see the incredible damage that tornado did to her house. the tornado sucked two of la tonya's children into the backyard. a third was thrown more than 50 feet, but again cuts and
news in indiana as residents there and other parts of the country begin to clean up after a series of devastating storms. >>> celebration and fear tonight in russia. what the country is bracing for following the presidential victory of putin. >>> we are wrapping up a very warm bay area weekend. the one direction temperatures will be headed toward tomorrow and when we could be dodging a few light showers. >> nice job, ben. >> announcer: well played, dan. well played. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. ' like gate d12 for the next three hours. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> a painful clean up task has begun in the aftermath of a deadly storm system in the midwest and south. at least 39 people were killed including a toddler who had initially survived. mike tobin has more from east bernstad kentucky. >> reporter: as residents continued to assess the heavy damage, this is one of the latest victims. a 15 -month-old indiana toddler died today. the victim of the same tornado that killed her parents and two siblings. angel babcock was fo
's happened will be devastating. and the small town is not alone, this is henryville indiana, another town rocked by a violent storm. dozens of apparent tornadoes tore across the country's midsection, levels homes, buildings, anything in its path. >> catastrophic, you see these things in the media with you guys but you don't have an understanding of it until you see it in person. >> it's just nuts right here. there's people's lives in danger with these storms,. >> reporter: the fury unleashed early starting in alabama, ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day rolls on so did the storm gaining in intensity. storms brought heavy rains, golf ball sized hail and ferocious winds. there are multiple reports of winds and hail. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to a pile of rubble. >> this is real life stuff here. >> it's now time to clear blocked roads. in illinois already beaten down from the ef4 twister. resident can only hope that their spared. reporting from nashville, sandra endo for ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a storm chaser captured this video of the tornado
of the tornado outbreak. bennett haeberle shows us some of the worst damage in indiana. >> reporter: the tornado's path of destruction took out trees and homes, demolerbed hen rieville high school and ripped apart school buses. indindian governor daniels toured the damage saturday checking in at the command post before visiting with residents. >> is that right? >> that might be the one time you would be happy to go to the dentist. >> yes, exactly. >> all right. i'm glad you are all right. >> reporter: daniels pledged state assistance as parts of southern indiana continue to recover. the plus, crew captured the tornado as it struck henryville. water and power have been restored in hen henryville. >> this is devastating. >> people are sticking together and helping their neighbors out, when they need it. so that is what i have been most struck by. >> aerial footage shows the path of destruction. daniels told reporters his first impression. >> well, sadness of course and awe at power of nature. hardly the first time i have seen it, but you never get used to. it you never fail to be bolled ov
will be devastating. and the small town is not alone, this is henryville indiana, another town rocked by a violent storm. dozens of apparent tornadoes tore across the country's midsection, levels homes, buildings, anything in its path. >> catastrophic, you see these things in the media with you guys but you don't have an understanding of it until you see it in person. >> it's just nuts right here. there's people's lives in danger with these storms,. >> reporter: the fury unleashed early starting in alabama, ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day rolls on so did the storm gaining in intensity. storms brought heavy rains, golf ball sized hail and ferocious winds. there are multiple reports of winds and hail. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to a pile of rubble. >> this is real life stuff here. >> it's now time to clear blocked roads. in illinois already beaten down from the ef4 twister. resident can only hope that their spared. reporting from nashville, sandra endo for ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a storm chaser captured this video of the tornado that hit henryville
right into your strength. >>> union all but indiana very good. >>> and now at talking points. still impress american help. >>> take indiana very dead. there was an injury. >>> was an academic academics issue for one of the syracuse guys some much to jeff loris this man eric had a great show and the good luck to indiana. in the rest of the group. >>> onto basketball now. the n.c.a.a. tournament is already over four your california golden bears then looked at in the warmups that was about it. south florida killed these guys. it was downhill from the get go. the bulls stingy defense as good as advertised. the only about 13 points in the first half sadly for cal fans usf won 65 to 54. coverage begins at 9:00 this morning and be sure to sign up for the practicality can win some great prizes, laptop tablets all kinds of goodies check out. >>> is 653 and via scary moments after an apartment fire in san as a. a firefighter falls to the rules and straight into the flames we have a live report on his condition when we come back. right, pat right and firefighter falls through roof and surv
'm closer to you than don. i'm out. >> you are out. >> reporter: we should point out, indiana's head coach, tom, he is taking the program from nowhere, there is a baltimore connection. he is john harbaugh's brother in law. root a little bit for indiana. how about that. it's manic monday here in fells point. a great group this morning from pasadena, the lake shore christian academy when the eye ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,dition >>> good morning fort worth, texas and everyone. happy monday to you and last day of winter to you. little clot attorney radar -- clutter on the radar. we are watching a disturbance making its way over the ohio valley and between the great lakes and down in to virginia, this little disturbance is going to be responsible for a shower and a thunderstorm or so, widely scattered for tonight in to tomorrow. today, through tomorrow, it moves out of here, now our temperatures are mild in the 40 and 50-degree range. 43 ocean city. we have temperatures right around 53, westminster, 52 in annapolis and on kept island. 46 bel air, 48 in columbia. calm winds are responsible for the m
throws down to the end. 28 seconds left, a one and one they miss and keith smart for indiana hits the shot to win it 74-73 for indiana. and then in 1993, the infamous chris webber time-out that michigan didn't have for the fab five. and that secures dean smith's second and last national championship at north carolina. so i think some new orleans voodoo here could be happening. >> i'm not trying to rub it in, but you mentioned syracuse. are you aware they almost lost yesterday? >> i am. i actually was working yesterday. i caught it out of the corner of my eye. >> you were preparing for this segment. that is work. >> i was, absolutely. i think they were one of the number one seeds in the tournament. you know, they look shaky right now. >> let's move on to number two. this is a feel-good story. which will have the feel-good story of 2012. >> i think you have to feel about about the murray state team right now. they're a six seed. they played great yesterday. they just blew out colorado state. they have got an interesting kid, isaiah cannon, who's their guard who's actually from missi
for indiana hits the shot to hit it 74-73 for indiana. in 1993, the infamous chris weber time-out that michigan didn't are for the fab five. that secures dean smith's second and last national championship at north carolina. so i think some new orleans voodoo here could be happening. >> i'm not trying to rub it in. >> you mentioned syracuse. almost lost yesterday -- >> i watched that game. i shouldn't say that. i actually was working yesterday. i caught it out of the corner of my eye. >> preparing for this segment. >> absoluteliment. >> they're one of the number one seeds in the tournament. you know, they look shaky right now. >> let's move on to number two. feel good story. which school has the feel-good story of 2012? >> you have to feel good about the murray state racers. they were undefeated for much of the seasonment they're now 31-1. they're a sixth seed. they played great yesterday, blew out colorado state. they have an interesting kid, isaiah cannon. a guard from mississippi. but went through all the horrors of katrina. so the racers are a team, i think, they play marqu
in there. indiana shows up in there. you have nebraska. you have texas. that big chunk of delegates that still got -- that still have to be awarded at the end of may. and if santorum wins wisconsin, i think it's very hard for -- it's going to make romney getting to 1144 very difficult. probably better than 50/50 chance. we talked about this last night. but it is harder. that's why i say right now it is a one state strategy for rick santorum. it is about wisconsin. >> rachel, what impact do you think that will have on their chewsing between what may seem like a hard corps conservative and maybe a guy who's willing to find the more reasonable way to do business, mitt romney? >> yeah. i think it's hard to put scott walker in wisconsin on any sort of number line between rick santorum and mitt romney. i think that he wanted to be seen as more of a mitt romney. >> -- republican voters there who in what they've brought with walker. they go wait a minute, maybe i want someone who is a little more careful. >> except for the fact that walker tried to portray himself as a business guy. he trie
, illinois, southern indiana, kentucky, west tennessee, all the way into arkansas and mississippi, you haven't even gotten into this event yet. like april 27th of last year when we had the big outbreak of tornadoes, we had these preliminary events. wind squall lines early in the morning. a few tornadoes before the main event came in. so this is going to be a long afternoon. it's going to erupt very quickly really because it's really almost game time for the main event we think as we go through the next hour. we'll start to see some of these cells pop up in a hurry across parts of illinois. this is going to be a dangerous day. what we learn from april 27th is we may have tornadoes here that people need to be underground for. they need to be below ground level. my biggest concern are all these schools in tennessee and kentucky and alabama that are letting students out early. it's a tricky situation because, a, you don't want them out there in a bus going home with tornadoes on the ground. b, are they actually going to a safer structure. anyone in a mobile home today needs to have a plan to go
that's damning. senator scott brown, thank you very much. >>> indiana showdown. the polls are closed in that state. did rick santorum close the deal? >> everybody knows full well my passion about defeating barack obama. >>> enough is enough! >> the killing of trayvon martin. >> no more! >> outrage intensifies across the country. the latest, a call for vigilante justice. >> we want justice! >>> science and justice. a new law offering new hope for crime victims. >> this is truly amazing. science doesn't lie. >> all that and more, right here, right now on cnn. >>> hello, everyone, i'm don lemon. thank you for joining us. i would like to welcome our viewers from around the world tonight. we're starting with breaking political news. the republican race for the white house. cnn projects rick santorum has won the louisiana presidential primary, giving the former pennsylvania senator another victory in the south. our tom forman is in washington. joe johns is in new orleans. crystal wright is in d.c. and monitoring rick santorum in green bay, wisconsin, to see if he speaks live in
coming up, a harrowing story we brought you on tuesday. an indiana mother who protected her kids by laying on top of them as a tornado ripped apart their home and because of her brave actions she lost part of both legs but her kids survived without a scratch. this morning she'll share her story. and a new drama at nicollette sheridan's wrongful termination lawsuit. how the central argument that she was fired from "desperate housewives" in re-al tags got a big hit on tuesday. >> let's begin with the act of tough love from a north carolina father who fired nine shots into his daughter's laptop. we'll talk to them in a moment. first mark potter has the story from the very place where it all began. mark, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. when tommy jordan got up from this chair in this field and shot that computer those were shots heard around the world and seen by millions of people. now he, his wife and daughter are speaking about it publically for the first time after apparently burying the hatchet -- or at least the handgun. tommy jordan and his teenage daught
. basically, we are saying maybe it is time for somebody new to step in and represent indiana. host: any concern that dick lugar could win -- lose the primary guest: : there is very little -- was the primary? guest: there is very little concern. there is a long record of voting for the stimulus and obamacare. these are a lot of things that indiana voters like. host: let us look it this graphic. the republicans are in the minority with 47 seats. the republicans have 51. derick two independent -- there are two independents. in ohio, brown is facing a reelection battle. in virginia, there is the fight and then claire mccaskill. guest: judge mandel -- josh mandel is also funning. he is -- running. he is a fiscal conservative. brown is to the left of almost all the democrats in the senate. this provides a stark contrast between -- on policy. thus, ohio is a -- plus, ohio is an important state. the turnout will be high. with obama and the gop nominee at the top of the ballot, this will be very serious race. in virginia, you have got george allen, who is the likely gop nominee, who is going to
on the line. caller: hello. host: where is michigan city? caller: actually, it is indiana. host: that's what i thought. caller: i want to speak on the silliness of a national parade. i just on see the logistics of it. where is it going to be held -- tin-tin, new york city, los angeles? -- washington? i think when they get off the plane they want to go straight home and see their loved ones. the parade would probably only be for the people, to make the citizens feel good. host: ellis is no longer with us. we will move on to baltimore. kirk on our independent line. caller: i think the veterans put their lives on the line for us. i think that if godzilla came over, our boys would get in airplanes and tanks and do their thing. you have to give respect to the troops even if you don't like the missions. so as far as a parade, i think they deserve more than a parade. they should be packed inside the stadium and for the whole day and they should have places where you can set up and some people can get help and health care because they might be homeless or they need some help. we need some people in th
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's talking kentucky and they should. everybody's talking indiana/kentucky matchup. oh really? well the reason why kentucky lost that game at indiana, went 10 for 17 at the free-throw line and missed a lot of free-throws at the end of the game. indiana hits the three to beat them. they're looking at christian laettnor history matchup, it's not going to happen. baylor is playing very well with perry jones iii and kentucky still, even though here's the side bar, kentucky and the sec conference tournament, 12 for 53 shooting threes, i would play them like playing joe kernen, play six feet you'd be lucky to shoot an air ball but kentucky gets in new orleans. >> i'm more identifying with and i played with you and my six foot putt is usually an air ball. not my shot. all right, good. >> i got to go to the west. >> finally, finish that. >> michigan state, they got the easiest seeds out there. why? michigan state is strong, physical, blue collar team, dramn brown is the coach on the floor, tom izzo the picasso of basketball. marquette and louisville there's no beast in the big east this year but misso
, the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton, is recognized for 48 minutes as the designee of the majority leader. mr. burton: thank you, madam speaker. i appreciate it. i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. burton: madam speaker, yesterday a good friend of mine, senator john mccain, became the first u.s. senator to publicly call for u.s.-led air strikes to halt the violence in syria. respectfully, i disagree with the senator from arizona. our main goal in the middle east is to protect our interests and the interests of our major ally, israel. if we are to be dragged into a civil war in syria for humanitarian reasons, i would respectfully remind senator mccain and the president that they do not have the power to unilaterally start a war. the authority to initial wait war is vested -- initiate war is vested in the constitution, specifically in congress, and the war powers act was enacted into law over a presidential veto. not an easy thing to accomplish. to fulfill the intent of the framers of the constitution of the united states in r
the agreement are new york, pennsylvania, michigan, illinois, and minnesota. indiana, ohio, and wisconsin declined for now, but could join the partnership later on. right now, there are no offshore wind turbines in the lakes. opponents contend they would ruin views, lower property values, and hurt birds and fish. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to jeff. >> brown: and we turn to a pledge to improve working conditions at one of apple's major suppliers in china. as apple surged toward its status as the world's most valuable company, the calls for it to account for how its wildly popular ipads and iphones are made have grown. last month, the california-based firm announced it had asked the fair labor association, a monitoring group, to investigate foxconn, apple's main contract manufacturer in china. foxconn works for dozens of other firms, too. altogether, it produces some 40% of the world's electronics, with a workforce of 1.2 million. in a report about foxconn released yesterday, the f.l.a. cited excessive overtime, exceeding 60 hours a week, and problems with overtime
"brothers and me," which is in part about the shooting death of her brother by police in gary, indiana. she's a former syndicated columnist for the "washington post." and, florida state representative dennis baxley is a republican legislator who co- authored that state's so-called "stand your ground law." he joins us from orlando. ta-nehisi coates, i'll start with you. there's been a lot of calls for the police chief to step down, he's done that at least temporarily now. what's your reaction? >> i think it's a good first step. i think over the long term we'll have to see how much it actually means for the investigation. i think what's important is that people were not simply calling for him to step down just because there has not been an arrest. people were calling for him to step down because they were vastly and, in my opinion, legitimately displeased with how this investigation took place. it was just a very shoddy job and i think this is about the absolute least that could be done so far. >> suarez: dennis backsly, what's your reaction to the latest development? >> well, i think somethi
hitting indiana earlier this month. from a camera mounted inside a school bus, you can see the twister start to move the bus. windows shattered and debris swirling inside. it clouded up the camera lens. seconds later, the calmness came back. the tornado destroyed much of a junior high school. no one hurt. incredible how fast that goes by. >> what is even more incredible. i think it was moments or hours before, that was full of children, and they were able to get the kids to the school safely. >> time stamp in the upper window, 3:15, right when they were leasing. a lot of bus drivers -- sending kids home early. knew there would be bad weather. bus drivers saw the bad weather developing and turned around, went back to the school, and no doubt, saved a lot of potential injuries. >> the bus driver is talking to the children, i see the tornado. the kids, how amazing how calm they remained and listened to everything she said. >> a lot of times, when you have the big storms, you lose perspective. it's such a big storm like that those tornadoes running about 45 or 50 miles an hour. they did a
against vermont but vermont beat them. here's the list of games tomorrow: indiana.. bria makin cond ance of the spring against the indians. he struck out 1 in one inning of work...no pain reported in the elbow... another >>> brian wilson making the second appearance in the spring against the indians. he struck out one in one inning. no pain in the elbow. another sign, buster posey is recovering well from his broken ankle, an opposite field solo shot. this is his first hit and first home run of the spring. it tied the game at 2. and it ended in a 2-2 tie. the giants battle for first place is hitting up. aubrey huff brandon belt and brett pill are all hitting over .300. so pill screen right could be odd man out. >> this team is tough. they are pretty good. they are pretty loaded. >> reporter: despite being flush with first basemen, brett pill is making bruce beach cloudy's decision tough to swallow. >> i'm just going to go out and play hard swing hard and then whoever ends up playing that will be the right choice. >> reporter: with aubrey huff's big-money contract at first base and, of cou
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